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Public Policy Expert Explains Economic Impact of Legal Marijuana

Public Policy Expert Explains Economic Impact of Legal Marijuana

By Tom McLaughlin New Jersey inched closer toward legalized recreational marijuana use on Nov. 26 when the senate budget and appropriations committee and assembly appropriations committee approved a new plan to regulate and tax it. So what will be the economic impact of legal cannabis and what can we learn from other states that have […]

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Adolescent Major Depression On the Rise Nationwide, Warranting Enhanced Efforts, Says Childhood Studies Researcher

Adolescent Major Depression On the Rise Nationwide, Warranting Enhanced Efforts, Says Childhood Studies Researcher

A growing number of adolescents are going untreated for major depression nationwide over the past several years, warranting enhanced educational, policy, and service capacity efforts, according to a new Rutgers University–Camden study.

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A Window Into Ant Ecology in Urban Environments

A Window Into Ant Ecology in Urban Environments

Rutgers University‒Camden undergraduate student Sammy Schofield is collecting insects in Camden and Trenton as part of research for biology professor Amy Savage.

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Diversity Builds Productivity, Says Rutgers‒Camden Business Professor

Diversity Builds Productivity, Says Rutgers‒Camden Business Professor

Surface-level and deep-level diversity can foster positive outcomes for organizations, according to a research paper co-authored by Oscar Holmes IV.

New Tools for Law Enforcement being Created at Rutgers University–Camden with Funding from the U.S. Department of Justice

New Tools for Law Enforcement being Created at Rutgers University–Camden with Funding from the U.S. Department of Justice

Researcher Catherine Grgicak is working on scientific approaches that will help enforcement investigators figure out the identity of a criminal.